January 6, 2015 Subject:
A look into the white nationalist mind
The vision of "The Turner Diaries" (William Pierce, 1978) is given a specifically Pacific Northwest focus as white pride ideology continues to evolve from its original basis, where societal takeover was hoped for, toward an emphasis on separate existence and culture for whites within the larger polity. Only this explanation makes sense, as the book’s fictional program cannot be carried out short of a collapse in U.S. will to govern. The Civil War put paid to notions that the federal government will ever allow parts of its territory to secede peacefully, a fact Covington acknowledges by postulating a war of independence and a Mexican reconquista.
In a science fiction setting, the reader can peruse Mars as Wyoming, an idea that harks back to engineer Mark Zubrin or novelist Kim Stanley Robinson, with a racist twist. There follow mud people, Hitler in Valhalla, Hillary Clinton’s "It Takes a Village" enacted via a federalized child protective services, sexual initiation of adopted children by gay parents, and a term “hatecrime” Orwell had simply called the Two Minute Hate. The ten principles of National Socialist thought are listed and given an exposition.
The worst thing about Covington’s thesis is that so much of it has a ring of truth. No fully integrated multicultural societies have ever been achieved in world history to serve as precedents for America’s coming experiment with a white minority. In contemporary political correctness, pride is indeed a watchword for all identity groups save the whites, who are told to express guilt instead. Many readers understand that the American heritage includes a diversity component, yet fear the rapid pace of social and demographic changes which have no assurance of success. Quite clearly both kinds of change are linked. The solution in libertarianism now favored militates inherently against a society that provides for collective welfare. Devising an alternative to his hateful ideology remains hardly a trivial challenge.